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Home Tour: Roger Gastman gives street art a surprising place to hang

April 2, 2011 |  6:00 am

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Roger-Gastman-lamp Roger-Gastman-curio Our latest house profile: The Los Feliz mash-up created by Roger Gastman, co-curator of a Museum of Contemporary Art street art show opening this month and co-author of "The History of American Graffiti," to be released Tuesday by Harper Design.

The mantel is traditional, but the artwork on top is a tagger's piece painted on part of a roll-down metal door. Instead of antique curios in the Crate & Barrel cabinet, right, vintage spray-paint cans are lined up for display. You get the picture.

You can get more pictures, actually, and a link to the full article in our 21-image photo gallery.

Photos: Jay L. Clendenin

 

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